Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Tak kesedaran kini dah hari2 penghujung Tahun 2009 dan Ya pada GaAd begitu banyak kenangan yang Indah dan tak terlari juga yang menyakitkan.... Ada juga beberapa rancana yang telah di ukir namun masih lagi seperti Tahun2 yang sebelumnya terlalu berat dan susah di capai... apapun ini akan membuat kita untuk terus berusaha Khas dalam Dunia seni Tempatan (KDM) walaupun pada pendangan kasar seseorang kejayaan kita dah terpahat pencapaian tetapi pada hakiki nya ia semakin menghilang kerana sesuatu yang tak sepatutnya terjadi... Sedar tak sedar ya ayu... kita terupung apa dah terjadi dengan seni tempatan (KDM) kita dan di mana silap serta mari lah sama2 berganding tenaga dalam apa juga aspek agar kerjaya kita ini akan terus Berharga dan di hargai... KehoIIIII ... Saya Mengucapkan Terima kasih kepada semua PEMINAT saya di seluruh Negara kerana terus menyokong saya dan artis tempatan yang lain.. TQ... Pounsikou ... Merry Christmas and Happy NewYear 2010.
Friday, October 9, 2009
GaAd (Francis Landong) & Jon (John Doutis) akan berada di Intilbon Tongod pada 16 Okt ini sempena MALAM PISOMPURUAN UPKO, KUAMUT,KINABATANGAN DAN SANDAKAN dan PENCARIAN BAKAT KUAMUT.
Emmm.. ada Jemputan Istimewa buat mereka sambil Jurujual Bamboo sound studio sdn bhd / Symphony Victory sdn bhd turut bersama untuk menjual MTV Karaoke Jon Doutis yang TERBARU kebetulan dalam pasaran pada minggu depan. SEMUA PRODUCT BAMBOO SOUND SDN BHD DAN SYMPHONY VICTORY SDN BHD. - VCD, CD dan KASET akan di jual pada hari itu dengan Harga istimewa....
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
To treat a hangover, drink lots of water, get plenty of rest -- and eat your asparagus, researchers say.
A new study shows that the amino acids and minerals in asparagus extract may ease hangovers and protect liver cells against the toxins in alcohol.
The beneficial amino acids and minerals were found in higher concentrations in the leaves than the shoots, the researchers said.
Asparagus, a vegetable eaten in many countries around the world, has long been used for its anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and diuretic effects, according to the study in the current issue of the Journal of Food Science.
Asparagus is also a good source of folic acid, potassium, fiber, vitamin B6, vitamins A and C and thiamin, according to the Michigan Asparagus Advisory Board.
Over time, chronic alcohol use causes oxidative stress that leads to liver damage. Over-imbibing can cause headache, nausea, diarrhea and thirst.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
The analysis of 574 pandemic deaths from 28 countries through mid-July, released this week, also found that being diabetic or obese significantly boosted the risk of dying.
Neither children nor the elderly are as vulnerable as initial reports indicated, found the study, published by Eurosurveillance, the monitoring arm of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.
"Most deaths (51 percent) occurred in the age group of 20-to-49 year-olds, but there is considerable variation depending on country or continent," the researchers reported.
Only 12 percent of those who died were 60 or older.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Odoiii….Au ku nokoiloh om nokuro tu sikog kah om katagak it poinsurat dot irad idi hiri Kaset toko.
Nah nokoilo toko toi dot poinsurat it komoyon ku di dot nakapanahak dot KOINTUTUNAN dot tinaru toko.
Bah …. Kano di mai toko di da soroho om intangai nung poingkukuro noh TULUN / SINDING toko dinondo?
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Seorang pemuda yang konon2nya cukup Sayang dengan Neneknya namum di sebaliknya dia ini seorang PEMALAS...
heheheh... KABOh DIOLO.
Sukanya dia menghibur Neneknya supaya si Nenek akan terus menyayanginya namun pada suatu hari si Nenek telah mengetahui sebenar apa tujuan si SURUDAN yang hanya minta makan sahaja dengan si Nenek....
ketahui kisah seterusnya .... Animasi kartun oleh JOERRY JOSEPH @Inan Rumpiding.
Tahniah kerana Studio Rakaman di Negeri ini semakin bertambah…
Apapun sedar kah atau tidak KITA sebenarnya tak akan kemana dengan keadaan ini... Tak perlu jauh2 lah...KITA seharusnya mencari jalan untuk membenteras penciplak2 lagu2 kita yg kini berlaluasa melalui PANDRIVE , HANPH0NE dan juga di INTERNET….. cuba kita PIKIR bersama. Luas perladangan tetapi sentiasa kosong TANGKOB.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
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Thursday, May 28, 2009
Pemasaran/Pengeluaran di Tunda lagi....
Kesian and Sorry daripada PenerbitNya.
Antara penyebab adalah kesesakan Jadual Francis pada Bulan Pesta kaamatan ini sehingga Suara nya perlu berehat seketika....
hehehe Suaranya No problem lah tapi
Francis dan Penerbitnya tak nak Suaranya yang seakan akan Rod Stewart pada ketika ini.... Tuk koiiiii... Hehehehe.
Aduuuuh!!!! sekali lagi kita kena Tunggu pemasaran Album Mato Francis Landong yang Terbaru....
It will Be>>>> Huuuuuu..... Gara gara Vocal Lagu Poingkuro kod hino belum final
maka Album mato belum boleh di pasarkan....
Tetapi Tentu Tak lama lagi..... Nantikan!!!!
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Friday, March 13, 2009
The hardest part of it is feeling like you can actually exercise. I trained for a year to walk a half-marathon. I never [did] make it the 13.1 miles, but I did walk 9.2 miles before finally having to stop. Luckily I was in front of a fire station. It was a monumental task. Here's how I approached it:
First, I started small—10 to 15 minutes a day, three times a week. That was enough, because at that point, I was in so much pain, so fatigued and just not fit in any way, shape or form. Then I slowly added more time after a couple weeks. Gradually I was able to walk two miles, four times a week.
My energy level was up even though I was still fatigued. I was able to do so much more with more ease. The most important thing is to listen to your body. Don't push too hard because it can make it that much harder.
New study shows possible connection
Researchers have long sought to discover a depression "on" switch. Now, a new study suggests alcohol use may play a role.
Another recent study suggests avoiding drinking may help you avoid future depression as well.
Often it's difficult to tell if alcohol abuse leads to depression or if depression leads to self-medicating alcohol use.
Either way, this and other research seem to suggest that alcohol and depression don't mix.
To your health,
My answer always causes a stir, because it's so simple.
Here's the big secret: Find the 'kernel' of what you want
to say. Then say it with a short punchie statement. There's
your hook. (*I wish it was more complicated.)
If you picture a real fish hook, you'll see that it has a
pointed end which easily goes into the fish!
Now think of all the ways you could say something important.
Many of those ways are "dull"... but if you think long
enough, you'll come up with a "pointed" way of saying it...
a stickie way.
*Truthfully, after you get some experience, the hook will
normally be what shows up in your mind first! It will be
what lights your fire and makes you even want to write a
song in the first place.
Hooks are SHORT enough to be easily remembered and
"heavy" enough to make an emotional or spiritual impact.
That's why most hooks become the song's title.
You're taking a meaningful truth and "boiling it down" to a
single impactful phrase.
Let's just do some examples right now: (off the top of my head)
The subject is...
AN OLD DEAD RELATIONSHIP that still gives you a tinge
You delve into the ironic feeling that you're glad it's over
but it still hurts that it's over...now let's boil the idea down
to single phrase. (I'll actually do several ideas.)
HOOK: You Threw Me Away
HOOK: You're Gone, But You Won't Leave
HOOK: Could You Send the Rest of Me?
HOOK: On Good Days (I forget about you)
Here's another example...
FATHER'S DAY and you miss your dad--
He's across the country and you won't get to be there.
You've never been able to express much openly with your
dad, but you know you love him and he loves you.
HOOK: Like Father Like Son
HOOK: I Never Knew How to Say it
HOOK: I Hope This Finds You (Well) (song would be a letter)
HOOK: I'll Always Remember (list some memories with your dad)
OK, those are a couple of examples of possible hooks. But
do you see that there's something missing?
That's right...the rest of the song! That's not a joke...
The fact is, the lines LEADING UP TO a hook are what
really make the difference in whether the hook really "hooks."
There are some clever ways to SET UP a hook to make
it explode onto your listener's emotions.
I cover a bunch of those in my book, Strong Songwriting.
(If you own it, read chapter 4 again --"Setting the Hook!")
I'll try to cover some of those "setups" in future emails too,
so stay tuned.
Remember, coming up with a good hook is about finding a single
phrase that IMPACTS the emotions like a blow to the chest.
I hope that helps. I encourage you to go try brainstorming hooks
right now! And don't forget to write 'em down when they come
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Perkembangan pembikinan Album MATO Francis Landong sudah dalam 70% siap termasuk lah dubbing beberapa vocalnya yang mana Francis masih mencuba untuk lebih berhati hati dalam lontaran suara suaranya memandangkan kebanyakan lagu lagunya kali ini agak keras tetapi lembut atau pun yang pastinya kita katakan lain daripada album albumnya sebelum ini.
Menurutnya dalam albumnya kali ini musiknya sangat Special dengan susunan music yang di anggapnya cukup professional dan Francis berharap para peminatnya akan terus menerima perubahan albumnya kali ini.
Apapun lagu lagu sumayau dan lagu lagu kebiasan Francis selalu bawa dalam album albumnya sebelum ini TETAP ada katanya.
Mungkin yang cukup ketara kelainan hanya kerana music yang jarang kita dengar dalam album album Francis terdahulu.
Francis juga menyenaraikan beberapa lagu yang di pikirkan nya menjadi Hit dalam albumnya kali ini, walaupun pada ketika ini Penerbitnya masih ingin menukar beberapa lagu jika ada composer yang akan menampilkan lagu yang terbaik sehingga hujung bulan March ini.
Selain daripada lagu Mato yang di ciptanya sendiri lagu Timpu, Rock ememem, Hali hali dan Sian sian doho serta Ama akan menjadi siulan para pendengar bila album ini di pasaran katanya. Kenyataan ini di persetujui oleh Penerbitnya sdra Mark yang mana beliau menambah bahawa lagu Mandak ku ti juga akan menjadi Hit dalam album MATO Francis Landong ini.
Sementara itu beberapa lagu telah pun dan sedang di buat di Bamboo sound studio untuk album ini dan yang pasti Victor Paulus ( Tito) tidak pernah mengeciwakan para peminatnya dan Francis dalam albumnya
Untuk setekat ini lagu Sinding ya di Yaki, Pointopot tupus ku dika dan Sian sian doho di bawa kelolaan musik Bamboo sound studio Tambunan.
Francis dan penerbitnya Mark masih percaya Album ini akan di pasaran selewat lewatnya
Hujung April 2009.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Di jangka Dlm pasaran: April 2009
Antara Title lagu pilihan penerbit.
1.Hali hali - Ciptaan Asal: Joery Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong
2. Timpu - Ciptaan Asal: Joerry Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong
3. Ama - Ciptaan Asal: Joerry Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong
4. Mato - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
5. Mandak ku ti - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
6. Kanou ememem! - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
7. Tapui tapui - Ciptaan: Leo lidi Okala
8. Sinding ya di Yaki - Ciptaan: Widie James Siwil
9. Pointopot tupus ku dika - Ciptaan: Arthur Nicholas & Harry Wong
10.Sian sian doho - Ciptaan: Arthur Nicholas
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
"How do you get background vocals to sound like Def Leppard?. That is thick and smooth as it is on Hysteria engineered by Nigel Green, mixed by Mike Shipley and produced by Mutt Lange. How did they do it and how would one go about it if you wanted the same today?"
One thing is for sure, Mutt Lange wouldn't want to reveal the tricks of his trade.
However, there isn't really a great deal of trickery involved. Only a little.
Firstly, it is clear from documentary videos that Mutt Lange performs many of the background vocals himself.
He doesn't appear to have an outstanding voice or vocal talent. But he sings very precisely in both tuning and timing.
So this is the first requirement - background vocalists who can sing precisely in tune and in time.
Let's suppose that you only have one person to perform all of the background vocals.
You could achieve a thick sound through multi-layered harmonies. But even if there is just a single background vocal line, it is possible to make it thick, rich and smooth.
If you record exactly the same line four times, then the result will be instantly thicker.
If your system has the ability to vary the speed at which it records, you could set the speed just a little slower on two takes - say 2% and 4%, and correspondingly faster on the other two takes.
Then when you play back the result at the correct speed, the harmonics of each recording will be shifted slightly differently. This is an 'instant thickener' and always works well.
Another method is to pitch-shift the tracks slightly. Pitch shift is measured in cents, where one cent is one-hundredth of a semitone.
If you apply shifts of -4, -8, +4 and +8 cents to the four tracks, then once again the result will be instant thickness. I prefer the previous technique, but this works fine.
Some delay plug-ins allow you to modulate the delay time. So the delay time varies cyclically. And because of this, so does the pitch.
If you process each track through a delay of say 100 milliseconds, with a different speed and amount of modulation on each track, then the result will have excellent thickness.
You can compensate for the delay by moving the tracks 100 milliseconds earlier in time.
Generally if you have more than one singer, then the result will be thicker already. But you can still apply all of the above techniques.
If you work out four background vocal lines, and you record each one four times according to the guidelines given above, you will have a 16-voice chorus that will be thick and smooth indeed.
Monday, February 23, 2009
Video Vocal Tip
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Saturday, February 14, 2009
New study shows possible link
A new study suggests teens who view too much television are more likely to become depressed as adults.
It's unclear whether TV might have the same effect on adults. So, if you're watching the tube too much, try tuning out and tackling chores, talking to a friend or keeping busy in other ways instead.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
While, the fourth Daddy-to-be were in uncontrolled worry. All the 3 daddies asked him,why do you seem so worry??"He answered, "I am working with Seven-Eleven!"
Your hearing WILL be damaged by exposure to loud sound. Both level and duration of exposure are factors. By far the most common source of loud sound is the pair of earpieces connected to your personal stereo. Going to clubs where loud music is played night after night is also a risk. Factory noise can be a problem, but the factory where you work should offer you ear protection. Make sure you use it.
Hearing damage, by the way, is permanent. Tiny hair cells in the inner ear are destroyed and they never grow back.
As a sound engineer or recording engineer, your ears are vital to your career. But you risk damaging your hearing every day you work. Possibly the worst situation is when you are a trainee engineer working in the studio with someone who is already partially deaf. They might want to work at levels that are painful for you. But you are not in a position to ask them to turn it down. Not if you want to stay in the room.
The moral is to expose yourself to loud sound for as short a duration as possible. If you work all day with high levels in the studio, then don't listen to any more loud music at home.
To close, here is one of the standard jokes of the recording industry...
What do you call a recording engineer who over the course of many years in the studio has become totally deaf?
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
that a new musician are on trail with Symphony and Bamboo for their next productions.
Officers of both Company is tight lipted once this blogger ask more about the musician but we are understand that the musician is also arranging music at one Top Studio Production situated in neighbouring country Indonesia.
It is also understood that the Bamboo chief sound engineer (Victor Paulus) will be the person who responsible for the trail and to make final dicision on it.
Well for now thats the news we get.
Friday, January 30, 2009
I've been asked that in lots of interviews.
The first time it happened to me, I was in my home state (Louisiana)on Interstate 10 between Lake Charles and Lafayette. My littleToyota's radio was churning out tunes, when suddenly MY voicecame out of the speakers.
I felt the hair stand up on the back of my neck. My realitybent out of shape for a moment. This was long before the days of Myspace, so mentally, I just didn't have a place to put this event. MY SONG WAS BEING PLAYED ON THE RADIO!
When I realized that it was actually happening, I unconsciouslypulled over to wipe the tears out of my eyes so I wouldn't wreck. My only regret was that I was in the car alone at the time and had no one to high five with! I told my family later and we all jumped and danced around in the kitchen like a bunchof idiots.
IF YOU THINK THAT'S SOMETHING
That was certainly a significant mile-marker for me personally. And yet it paled fairly quickly. There were others that followed (like getting my first royalty check--that was prettyfun.)
But there are two things that have consistently outshone that "first time on the radio" moment: One is any time I'm playing live and the room grows quiet as I start to play a song I've written, and everyone in the room kind of "breathes in"...Priceless. I'd do it for free til I die.
The other one is when I get letters from people who have heard one of my songs and been "changed" somehow by it.
If you write songs, you know how unglamorous the writer's roomcan be. It's you, 4 walls, and a guitar or keyboard.
But think about it... from that little nothing place, I can fire a friendly missile that will cause someone miles away (and even years later) to pull their car off the road and weep.
I can sing a tale that will mend a thousand marriages, givingsomeone the hope to carry on even when it's hard.
My pen can pour out a simple song that makes me mysteriously "important" to people I've never even met.
I've been well-paid from my songs, and so can you... but that still doesn't hold a candle to getting a letter from someone who says my song "changed their life."
(I get that kind of feedback a lot from a song I co-wrote withmy friend Chuck White, called "About Goodbye"...you can hear iton my Myspace page: www.myspace.com/morgancryarmusic )
As songwriters, we also sometimes get to provide the "movie soundtrack" for people's special moments.
You know yourself that when you hear certain songs, you feel apang of emotion (happy or sad) only because that's what was playing when something important happened to you.
THE BEST AWARD
Yes, I've had the ego boost of accepting awards among my peers.There have been #1 single parties where I was the guest of honor. Getting all dressed up and getting on camera makes you feel important for a moment.
Going from Lousiana redneck to respected songwriter is a surrealexperience. But...
Having people express true-life gratitude and appreciation for one of my songs far outweighs all the glamorous stuff.
If you've never had this experience, I can help you make it cometrue. There are skills I can teach you that will let you writesongs that wrestle people to the ground and change them.
If you want to write great songs, just click here.
I wish you all the best.
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Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
A new study bears bad news for women with high cholesterol—if a woman has a heart attack, she's less likely to get the timely care she needs in the ER than if she were a man. Why? The reasons are complex, from differing symptoms in women to old stereotypes, like only men have heart attacks. In any case, the best way to protect yourself is to know the warning signs of heart trouble and to demand immediate medical care.
The sound we like from recorded drums is a hyped-up, ultra-clear version that could only be heard for real by a space alien with eight or more prehensile ears. No wonder it is so difficult to achieve.
To capture drums in ultra-clarity, each drum has to be close miked. This means that we need one mic for each drum, one for the hihat, and then two overheads to pick up the cymbals and the general sound of the set.
The problem is though that each mic (other than the overheads) doesn't pick up only its assigned drum - it picks up the rest of the set too, and pretty loud.
Solo a mic and you will hear this very clearly.
And all that spill from the other drums and cymbals is what is causing the 'mush' that you will struggle so hard to get rid of.
Of course, the first defense against mush is to take great care over the positioning of the mics. The next step that many engineers take is to use noise gates on all of the individual mics. This totally silences each mic other than when its assigned drum is played.
This works to an extent. But there are some problems...
Firstly, it is very difficult to set the threshold of the gate so that it reliably opens when a drum is hit, and is reliably closed when there is so much noise all around the mic it is gating.
Secondly, the 'on and offness' of a gate is extreme. Any problems can be clearly heard. Gates generally have a control to reduce the amount of attenuation provided when closed, but it is still an 'either/or' situation.
Expanders can be better. Expanders too have a threshold, but they gradually increase attenuation below the threshold, rather than switching suddenly.
But there is a unit that is even better than an expander. And you won't believe what it is...
A Dolby A noise reduction unit in playback mode.
Dolby A is a noise reduction system that was designed back in the 1960s to reduce the hiss from analog tape. It prospered right up to the point where digital multitrack was a viable alternative. From then on, the reason to use analog was because of its characteristic sound, so noise reduction was pointless. If you wanted freedom from noise, you used a digital multitrack recorder.
But if you could get your hands on a few Dolby A units now - models 360 and 361 are good - you will find that they are excellent for cleaning up drums.
Dolby A works by splitting the frequency range into four bands and processing each band independently. On playback, signals above -40 dB or so are left unaltered, signals below -40 dB are progressively lowered in level up to around 10 dB maximum.
In normal use, the reverse of that process would be used during recording. But engineers in the 1970s would commonly record the drums without Dolby A encoding but use Dolby on playback to get the multiband expansion it provides.
And because it splits the signal into four bands, it is better than a simple expander can ever be.
There is one drawback - Dolby A provides a double layer of processing at high frequencies, so the output in playback mode won't just be expanded, it will be over-expanded at high frequencies. But this is a small problem that can be dealt with using a little EQ.
Dolby A units can be bought secondhand for a tiny fraction of their original cost, and for drum recording they are worth their (significant) weight in gold.
Or perhaps someone right this minute is developing a Dolby A plug-in...
Album 2009 saya ini....
Saya cuba2 lah yang lain sikit kali ini...
tapi binggung pula ada banyak lagu lebih kah kurang kah...!!!
Apapun aku pasti Album ini LAIN.
Tu lah saja yang dapat dia terangkan pada masa ini...
Eya pula katanya pada sesiapa yang mempunyai bakat
kerana antara Mega P yang di maksudkan dlm post yang lalu
Nah kalu sesiapa juga mengetahui Alamat ataupun Talipon Sdra
Langkawit di alu alukan ya kerna Kita sudah bermula dalam ANIMASI
KDM pula katanya.
Bah peluang ini...
Friday, January 2, 2009
kemunculan Album SOLO terbaru penyanyi ini.
Ya BERITA terbaru ini di nyatakannya pada blogger ini
pada Majlis Tahun baru 2009 di Taman Bukit Gemuk Tawau
Kita di fahamkan Lagu2 yang di muat dlm Albumnya kali ini adalah
Semua Lagu Baru yang di ciptanya sendiri dan beberapa pencipta
di Daerah Tawau, Lahad Datu dan Sandakan.
Konsep album nya tak berubah katanya..... saya masih percaya
konsep Lagu2 Dusun Original masih BOLEH BAH......
Sementara itu dia juga mengesahkan bahawa Syarikat yang di terajuinya (SVS) di Tawau akan secara langsung berganding bahu dengan (BSS)Tambunan untuk menjayakan apa saja projek yang di jalankan bermula January 2009 ini.... dia menyatakan sebenarnya kedua Syarikat ini dah pun dari awal memang berkerjasama tapi tuan2 saja yang tak tahu katanya bergurau.
Sementara itu semasa Album Solonya ini di terbitkan Artis yang tidak asing lagi di persada seni di negeri ini memaklumkan, dia juga akan membawa 3 buah Lagu (Duet dan Solo) dalam Album Anaknya Frescy F. Landong yang akan di terbitkan (BSS) selewat lewatnya May ini.
Di tanya tentang Pemusik dalam Albumnya kali ini dia menyatakan 75% akan di buat oleh pemusiknya di (BSS) Tambunan.... Alaaaa kita rindu ba pula dengan Touching si Victor tu.... guraunya lagi......... sambil menerangkan musik yang selebihnya akan di buat oleh pemusiknya di Tawau - Alex Clement n D Geng.
Seloka kami terhenti setelah dia di jemput untuk menyampaikan beberapa buah lagu pada Malam gilang gemilang2008 itu..... last2 blogger ini tak dapat kejar dia pada malam itu dan sampai sini dulu beritanya. Apa pun aku akan dapatkannya lagi ...dont worry just Trackme Here!!!
Thursday, January 1, 2009
kepada semua Rakan rakan niaga, Peminat dan pencinta seni KDM di
Seluruh Sabah Malaysia....
Symphony Victory S/B (Tawau)
Bamboo Sound Studio S/B (Tambunan)
Untuk menjayakan beberapa Projek MEGA P 2009
- Promosi/Pembikinan/Penerbitan/Pemasaran dan banyak P'S lagi.
Projek MEGA P pertama akan di umun pada bila2 masa.
Senentiasa meLayari http://www.edag-sundu.blogspot.com/
untuk perkembangan projek2 MEGA Ps ini.
Hehehe...U got 10?
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